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Chicago Tribune
OUT LOUD: White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen in 2005Our Guy Steve Rosenbloom hits the South Side to talk to the White Sox skipper (
OUT LOUD: White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen in 2005
Chicago Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
Our Guy Steve Rosenbloom hits the South Side to talk to the White Sox skipper (originally appeared in the Chicago Tribune on May 18, 2005) Last year I wasn't managing. I was just changing pitchers. That's it. I don't feel like a manager this year.... Read more
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Bleacher Report
Feeding Frenzy Devouring Managers, GMs1. Fins to the Left, Fins to the Right There is blood in the water now, so muc
Feeding Frenzy Devouring Managers, GMs
Bleacher Report / Posted 3 days ago
1. Fins to the Left, Fins to the Right There is blood in the water now, so much blood, and there is going to be more. Suddenly, every week is Shark Week for the game's general managers and managers. Three GMs were fired in August alone: Seattle's... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Ken Williams puzzled by White Sox' inconsistency, not focused on job rumorsWhite Sox executive vice president Ken Williams said Monday rumors of major-lea
Ken Williams puzzled by White Sox' inconsistency, not focused on job rumors
Chicago Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
White Sox executive vice president Ken Williams said Monday rumors of major-league suitors in Seattle and Toronto are "flattering," but he intends to focus on issues on the South Side for now. As the Sox opened a three-game series at U.S. Cellular... Read more
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Daily Herald
Is White Sox executive Kenny Williams on his way out?As a player, scout, special assistant to chairman Jerry Reinsdorf, TV studio an
Is White Sox executive Kenny Williams on his way out?
Daily Herald / Posted 10 days ago
As a player, scout, special assistant to chairman Jerry Reinsdorf, TV studio analyst, director of minor-league operations, general manager and now executive vice president, Kenny Williams has been with the Chicago White Sox a long, long time. "I... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Braves catcher A.J. Pierzynski enjoying twilight of long careerBraves catcher A.J. Pierzynski doesn't have to worry about employment when he r
Braves catcher A.J. Pierzynski enjoying twilight of long career
Chicago Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
Braves catcher A.J. Pierzynski doesn't have to worry about employment when he retires, assuming someday he actually will call it quits. He will get a nice job as a baseball analyst, a position for which he already has proven himself adept during... Read more
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Philly.com
Embiid faces same uncertainty that Jordan once didIf those justifications for the delay - that Embiid might have opted not to hav
Embiid faces same uncertainty that Jordan once did
Philly.com / Posted 16 days ago
If those justifications for the delay - that Embiid might have opted not to have the surgery, and that he needed time to accept the demands and ramifications of his decision - sound flimsy, it's worth remembering how fickle an elite athlete's body... Read more
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WGN Radio Chicago
Wrigley Field and Comiskey Park find their places in the walls of Tribune TowerVIDEO: There are over 148 artifacts from around the world and all 50 states e
Wrigley Field and Comiskey Park find their places in the walls of Tribune Tower
WGN Radio Chicago / Posted 20 days ago
VIDEO: There are over 148 artifacts from around the world and all 50 states embedded into the exterior walls of Tribune Tower. Today, the tower gained two more with... Read more
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WGN Radio Chicago
Wrigley Field and Comiskey Park find their places in the walls of Tribune TowerPhoto courtesy of Kristin Decker. There are over 148 artifacts from around the
Wrigley Field and Comiskey Park find their places in the walls of Tribune Tower
WGN Radio Chicago / Posted 20 days ago
Photo courtesy of Kristin Decker. There are over 148 artifacts from around the world and all 50 states embedded into the exterior walls of Tribune Tower. Today, the tower gained two more with Jerry Reinsdorf, owner of the Chicago White Sox, and... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Tom Thibodeau: 'I have no regrets'LAS VEGAS --- In his first public comments with Chicago-area reporters since th
Tom Thibodeau: 'I have no regrets'
Chicago Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
LAS VEGAS --- In his first public comments with Chicago-area reporters since the Bulls dismissed him as coach, Tom Thibodeau unsurprisingly said he had no regrets about his five-season tenure and is excited about new opportunities. "It was a great... Read more
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Daily Herald
Are changes coming for Chicago White Sox?In the cutthroat world that is professional sports, losing is typically not tol
Are changes coming for Chicago White Sox?
Daily Herald / Posted 24 days ago
In the cutthroat world that is professional sports, losing is typically not tolerated. A team might be able to slip up a season here and stumble a season there, but more often than not sustained failure is followed by change. The Chicago White Sox... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Wrigley and Comiskey bricks to be added to Tribune Tower facadeBricks from Wrigley Field and old Comiskey Park will be permanently added to th
Wrigley and Comiskey bricks to be added to Tribune Tower facade
Chicago Tribune / Posted 24 days ago
Bricks from Wrigley Field and old Comiskey Park will be permanently added to the exterior of Tribune Tower on North Michigan Avenue during a ceremony Friday. All in all, it's more than just another brick in the wall. The ballpark bricks will join... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Blue Jays won't be only suitor for DombrowskiDavid Dombrowski is a respected front-office name in baseball. As respected as
Blue Jays won't be only suitor for Dombrowski
Calgary Sun / Posted 28 days ago
David Dombrowski is a respected front-office name in baseball. As respected as Troy Tulowitzi and David Price are on the field. Among candidates to fill the president’s office at 1 Blue Jays Way, which becomes vacant on Oct. 1, the former Detroit... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Dave Dombrowski would be a good fit as White Sox presidentDave Dombrowski's firing as Tigers president, CEO and general manager Tuesday s
Dave Dombrowski would be a good fit as White Sox president
Chicago Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
Dave Dombrowski's firing as Tigers president, CEO and general manager Tuesday sent shock waves throughout baseball and ignited a guessing game as to where he will land next. Toronto? Boston? Anaheim? Milwaukee? Several franchises either are looking... Read more
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Daily Herald
Notable deaths this week:WWE star, former Sox pitcher• "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, the kilt wearing trash-talker who headlined the first Wr
Notable deaths this week:WWE star, former Sox pitcher
Daily Herald / Posted 1 months ago
• "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, the kilt wearing trash-talker who headlined the first WrestleMania and later found movie stardom, has died at age 61. Piper, born Roderick Toombs in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, is the second WWE Hall of Famer to die this summer,... Read more
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Daily Herald
Chicago White Sox legend Billy Pierce dead at 88The White Sox have had better days. Returning home from a sparkling 7-1 road t
Chicago White Sox legend Billy Pierce dead at 88
Daily Herald / Posted 1 months ago
The White Sox have had better days. Returning home from a sparkling 7-1 road trip Friday, the Sox were disappointed they weren't able to make any additions before the 3 p.m. trade deadline. Friday night, they were dismantled by the New York Yankees... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Former White Sox pitcher Billy Pierce dies at 88CHICAGO — Billy Pierce, a seven-time All-Star pitcher who played in two World S
Former White Sox pitcher Billy Pierce dies at 88
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 1 months ago
CHICAGO — Billy Pierce, a seven-time All-Star pitcher who played in two World Series and spent most of his 18 years in the majors with the Chicago White Sox, died Friday. He was 88. Pierce died after a battle with gall bladder cancer, said his... Read more
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CBS Sports
White Sox great Billy Pierce dies at 88Billy Pierce, one of the greatest pitchers in White Sox history and one of the
White Sox great Billy Pierce dies at 88
CBS Sports / Posted 1 months ago
Billy Pierce, one of the greatest pitchers in White Sox history and one of the dominant left-handers in Major League Baseball during the 1950s, died Friday morning at the age of 88. He had gallbladder cancer. His uniform No. 19 was retired by the... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Former White Sox great Billy Pierce diesBilly Pierce, one the most dominant left-handed pitchers in Chicago White Sox h
Former White Sox great Billy Pierce dies
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
Billy Pierce, one the most dominant left-handed pitchers in Chicago White Sox history, has passed away. He was 88. Pierce, whose No. 19 was retired by the Sox in 1987, was on the Hall of Fame Golden Era Committee ballot last year but failed to get... Read more
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NBC Chicago
Former White Sox Pitcher Billy Pierce DiesBilly Pierce, a seven-time All-Star pitcher who played in two World Series and
Former White Sox Pitcher Billy Pierce Dies
NBC Chicago / Posted 1 months ago
Billy Pierce, a seven-time All-Star pitcher who played in two World Series and spent most of his 18 years in the majors with the Chicago White Sox, died Friday. He was 88. Pierce died after a battle with gall bladder cancer, said his family and the... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
Sox fans mourn Billy PierceCHICAGO– Outside U.S. Cellular Field Friday, White Sox fans are mourning the lo
Sox fans mourn Billy Pierce
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 1 months ago
CHICAGO– Outside U.S. Cellular Field Friday, White Sox fans are mourning the loss of a legend. Pierce pitched for the South Siders from 1949 to 1961. The southpaw was dominate, fanning 1,999 batters in his career. His 195 wins with the Sox is fourth... Read more
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SportingNews
Former White Sox star Billy Pierce dies at 88Billy Pierce, a two-time 20-game winner for the White Sox and Sporting News' Am
Former White Sox star Billy Pierce dies at 88
SportingNews / Posted 1 months ago
Billy Pierce, a two-time 20-game winner for the White Sox and Sporting News' American League Pitcher of the Year in 1956 and '57, died Friday, the Chicago Tribune reported . He was 88. Pierce is one of 10 finalists on this year’s Baseball Hall of... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
Former White Sox great Billy Pierce diesSox legend Billy Pierce at a 2004 game against the Twins. (John Lee / Chicago T
Former White Sox great Billy Pierce dies
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 1 months ago
Sox legend Billy Pierce at a 2004 game against the Twins. (John Lee / Chicago Tribune) CHICAGO — Legendary southpaw Billy Pierce, who remains one of the most dominant pitchers in White Sox history, has passed away. He was 88. Pierce’s No. 19 was... Read more
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Daily Herald
Chicago White Sox legend Billy Pierce dead at 88Billy Pierce, a standout left-handed pitcher for the Chicago White Sox from 194
Chicago White Sox legend Billy Pierce dead at 88
Daily Herald / Posted 1 months ago
Billy Pierce, a standout left-handed pitcher for the Chicago White Sox from 1949-61, passed away Friday morning at the age of 88. Pierce died after battling gall bladder cancer. "Generations of White Sox fans lost one of their heroes today," Sox... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Former White Sox great Billy Pierce diesBilly Pierce, one the most dominant left-handed pitchers in Chicago White Sox h
Former White Sox great Billy Pierce dies
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
Billy Pierce, one the most dominant left-handed pitchers in Chicago White Sox history, has passed away. He was 88. Pierce, whose No. 19 was retired by the Sox in 1987, was on the Hall of Fame Golden Era Committee ballot last year but failed to get... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Sox find themselves in familiar territory at deadlineHistory repeats itself with regularity in baseball, but sometimes the reboot ha
Sox find themselves in familiar territory at deadline
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
History repeats itself with regularity in baseball, but sometimes the reboot has a different ending. Heading into today’s trading deadline, the White Sox are in the same position as the summer of 1997, but are expected to react in a much different... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
White Sox seem to have played their way out of sellers trade marketBehold the White Sox, the mid-major major-league engine that could, a baseball
White Sox seem to have played their way out of sellers trade market
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
Behold the White Sox, the mid-major major-league engine that could, a baseball version of college basketball underdog Virginia Commonwealth. The surging Sox just treated an eight-game trip like a middling NCAA team approaches a postseason tourney... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Emanuel administration: 'Nothing is being hidden' on Blackhawks practice siteMayor Rahm Emanuel on Thursday would not provide a full financial picture of hi
Emanuel administration: 'Nothing is being hidden' on Blackhawks practice site
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Thursday would not provide a full financial picture of his administration's deal to redevelop the Malcolm X College site into a Blackhawks practice center and a Rush University expansion. As part of the musical chairs on the... Read more
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